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WEF 2020 Young Scientists Include Eight From Asia

From neuroscience to satellite research, eight scientists based in Asia were honored as part of the World Economic Forum’s Class of 2020 Young Scientists.

Where Will Evolution Take Us In The Fourth Industrial Revolution?

Evolution has helped us understand where we came from, but can it also give us a hint about where we are headed in the fourth industrial revolution?

6 Rising Stars Of The Asian Scientist 100

These individuals were recognized for exemplary research in their respective field, and show the potential for so much more in their career.

It Takes Three To Clap: Helping Renewable Energy Soar In Asia

A high-level panel at the World Economic Forum on East Asia discussed a trifecta of changes in policy, technology and education that are needed to help renewable energy take flight in the region.

Why Asia Needs Good Science Writers

It is easy to name a cultural or political hero. Now try naming a living scientist.

Asian Scientist Chief Editor Honored As WEF Young Global Leader

Asian Scientist Magazine founder and editor-in-chief Dr. Juliana Chan has been elected Young Global Leader of the World Economic Forum.

Needle-Free Vaccines Named WEF Technology Pioneer

Vaxxas has been recognized as a visionary technology company by the World Economic Forum for their needle-free vaccine technology.

Singapore Ranked Second In IT Readiness By World Economic Forum

The Nordic countries and the Asian Tigers dominate a 2013 World Economic Forum ranking of IT-ready economies.

Asian Economies Make Progress In Global Competitiveness Report 2011-2012

Led by Singapore in second position, Asian Tiger economies continue to make progress in The Global Competitiveness Report 2011-2012, released yesterday by the World Economic Forum.